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Find Your Right Match Aug 14, 2019by admin
With Lakhs of choices, 21 Years of Trust and Thousands of Success Stories..... 
Meet Your Life Partner Aug 9, 2019by admin
"Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness with Multimatrimony.".... 
அறநெறியில் இல்வாழ்க்கையை அமைத்துக் கொண்டவர்கள் பெற்றிடும் பயனை, வேறு நெறியில் சென்று பெற்றிட இயலுமோ? இயலாது..... 
இல்வாழ்க்கை Jul 19, 2019by admin
பொருள் தேடும்போது பாவத்திற்குப் பயந்து, தேடிய பொருளை உறவோடு பகிர்ந்து உண்ணும் இல்வாழ்பவனின் பரம்பரை ஒருகாலும் அழிவதில்லை..... 
Tips for Newly Married Couples Jul 9, 2019by admin
It is becoming more and more common to see people become engaged or soon to host a wedding. It typically becomes a topic in my friends’ circle of how to handle finances as we learn to become a family unit with our partners. Below are some helpful tips that I would like to share with you! 1.Communication Couples should consider talking about their financial goals, memories, and.... 
New Year’s Wishes Jan 1, 2018by admin
Happy new year everyone. May this coming year be filled with good health, abundance, love for one another and peace all over the world..... 
There is a popular quote by Martin Luther, professor of theology that says, “There is no more lovely, friendly, and charming relationship, communion, or company than a good marriage.” His quote flawlessly encompasses how a marriage fulfills. It is one of the deepest and most powerful multi-faceted relationships a person can have. Marriage is an incomparable partnership that not only involves a lot of love but a.... 
The first year of marriage is the hardest and rockiest in all. You have many realistic and unrealistic expectations from your partner and you always want that all should be fulfilled. The first year of marriage is very crucial as you land into new responsibilities and above all the responsibility to survive together. This important change in your life comes with some unexpected challenges. Here are some easy tips.... 
Indian marriages follow the same old tradition of a girl going to her husband’s family after the wedding. The conversion from a daughter to a daughter-in-law for most women signifies changes in one’s spirit – new husband, new family, in-laws, and a likely new identity through a change of last name. When a woman gets married and becomes a member of a new family, she is marrying more.... 
In the Hindu tradition there are many rituals and customs that are involved in a wedding. While the groom is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the bride is considered to be a form of Goddess Lakshmi, the deity of wealth and prosperity. Therefore, giving the daughter away (or kanyadaan) is a very emotional as well as a religiously significant act for the bride's parents in an.... 
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